Carlile, Brandi

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Carlile, Brandi - The Story The Story
Pop New - LP 08064 Columbia
Sealed, Almost Impossible To Track Down On Vinyl, 2007 2LP Gatefold With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “One Of The Most Appealing Qualities Of Brandi Carlile's Debut Album Was That It Had An Ethereal Quality, Unattached To Style Or Sound Or Time. Since She Was A Singer/Songwriter Playing An Acoustic Guitar, There Were Undoubtedly Elements Of Folk, But Carlile's Songwriting Was Elliptical And Elastic, Giving Her Plenty Of Room To Indulge Her Powerful Voice, A Voice That Had Echoes Of Jeff Buckley And Thom Yorke. For Her Second Album, The Story, Which Was Designed To Be Her Big Breakthrough. Producer T-Bone Burnett Was Brought Aboard To Help Streamline Some Of Carlile's Eccentricities Without Watering Down Her Music, A Task He Performs Admirably On The Story. Part Of The Streamlining Process Involves Accentuating The Arty Undercurrents That Ran Throughout Her. Carlile's Buckley And Yorke Influences Are Brought To The Forefront Here -- Not Just In Her Soaring, Neo-Operatic Vocals, Either, But Also How Her Writing Is At Once More Brooding, Dramatic, And Open-Ended Than It Was On The Debut -- Which Makes Her Sound Modern, If Perhaps A Bit Too Indebted To Her Idols. If Carlile Openly Wears Her Influences On Her Sleeve On The Story, She Is Nevertheless The Rare Songwriter Who Can Hold Her Own With Such Idiosyncratic Talents. Indeed, There's An Earthiness To Her Music That Keeps It From Floating Into Willfully Abstract Territory. This Dark, Roiling Collection Fulfills The Promise Of Her Remarkable Debut, Offering Resounding Confirmation That Carlile Is A Singular Talent.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Carlile, Brandi - The Story The Story
Pop Used - LP 08064 Columbia
Almost Impossible To Track Down On Vinyl, 2007 2LP Gatefold With Custom Inner Sleeves. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. “One Of The Most Appealing Qualities Of Brandi Carlile's Debut Album Was That It Had An Ethereal Quality, Unattached To Style Or Sound Or Time. Since She Was A Singer/Songwriter Playing An Acoustic Guitar, There Were Undoubtedly Elements Of Folk, But Carlile's Songwriting Was Elliptical And Elastic, Giving Her Plenty Of Room To Indulge Her Powerful Voice, A Voice That Had Echoes Of Jeff Buckley And Thom Yorke. For Her Second Album, The Story, Which Was Designed To Be Her Big Breakthrough. Producer T-Bone Burnett Was Brought Aboard To Help Streamline Some Of Carlile's Eccentricities Without Watering Down Her Music, A Task He Performs Admirably On The Story. Part Of The Streamlining Process Involves Accentuating The Arty Undercurrents That Ran Throughout Her. Carlile's Buckley And Yorke Influences Are Brought To The Forefront Here -- Not Just In Her Soaring, Neo-Operatic Vocals, Either, But Also How Her Writing Is At Once More Brooding, Dramatic, And Open-Ended Than It Was On The Debut -- Which Makes Her Sound Modern, If Perhaps A Bit Too Indebted To Her Idols. If Carlile Openly Wears Her Influences On Her Sleeve On The Story, She Is Nevertheless The Rare Songwriter Who Can Hold Her Own With Such Idiosyncratic Talents. Indeed, There's An Earthiness To Her Music That Keeps It From Floating Into Willfully Abstract Territory. This Dark, Roiling Collection Fulfills The Promise Of Her Remarkable Debut, Offering Resounding Confirmation That Carlile Is A Singular Talent.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Carlile, Brandi - Live At The Benaroya Hall With The Seattle Symphony Live At The Benaroya Hall With The Seattle Symphony
Pop New - LP 85087 Columbia
Sealed 2011 2LP Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Recorded Live With A 30 Piece Orchestra. “Recorded During Her 2010 Tour In Support Of Give Up The Ghost, This Live Album Finds Brandi Carlile Performing A Mix Of Original Songs And Cover Material Alongside The Seattle Symphony. Carlile’s Earthy Pop/Rock Is A Far Cry From Classical Fare, Perhaps, But The Pairing Doesn’t Sound As Odd As You’d Think. With Their Cathartic Melodies And Storybook Lyrics, Her Songs Have Always Tended To Fare Equally Well In Acoustic Settings And Full-Band Arrangements. Backed By A Full Orchestra, They Take On An Anthemic Quality While Still Highlighting Everything That Makes Carlile’s Music So Appealing, Keeping The Spotlight On Her Voice -- Which Has Never Sounded Better -- And Festooning It With All Sorts Of Pretty Flourishes. Occasionally, The Symphony Pulls Away Entirely, Leaving Carlile And Her Longtime Backing Band -- Including Brothers Tim And Phil Hanseroth, Who Perform A Spot-On Cover Of “The Sound Of Silence” Toward The End Of The Set -- To Remind Everyone What The Core Of This Music Sounds Like. But Live At Benaroya Hall Is More Concerned With Dressing Up Carlile’s Music In Elegant, Orchestral Clothing, And The Results Are Pretty Stunning, From The Grandeur Of “The Story” -- Now Featuring Horns, Woodwinds, And Strings -- To The Graceful Ebb And Flow Of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” Which Vacillates Between Simple Guitar Arpeggios And Lush Symphonic Swells. This Isn't Brandi Carlile's First Concert Album, But It's Certainly The Best.” – Andrew Leahy, AMG... more details
 
Carlile, Brandi - Give Up The Ghost Give Up The Ghost
Pop New - LP 24740 Columbia
Factory Sealed 2009 Original. Light Bottom Left Corner Crease.... more details
 
Carlile, Brandi - Give Up The Ghost Give Up The Ghost
Pop New - LP 24740 Columbia
Factory Sealed 2009 Original.... more details
 
Carlile, Brandi - The Firewatcher's Daughter The Firewatcher's Daughter
Pop New - LP 23717 ATO
Sealed 2015 2LP Set Housed In A Gatefold Cover. Comes With Download. NPR Calls This Record "Personal And Bold...A Glorious Storm."... more details
 
Carlile, Brandi - Bear Creek Bear Creek
Pop New - LP 88691 96122 Columbia
Sealed 2012 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Carlile, Brandi - Live At KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic Live At KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic
Pop Colored Vinyl 0882249212 ATO
Sealed 2016 Limited Edition, Record Store Day White Vinyl 12 Inch Mini Album. Silver Foil Hype Sticker On Shrink. This Very Special Record Store Day Exclusive Release Features Six Session Tracks Recorded Live At KCRW As Part Of Their “Morning Becomes Eclectic” Sessions And Includes The Smash Radio Hits “The Eye” And “Wherever Is Your Heart.” Recorded 9/23/15 At KCRW In Santa Monica, CA.... more details
 

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